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Kavli Session Speakers Tackle the Universe
Three prominent scientists spoke at a APS April Meeting 2015 plenary session sponsored by the Kavli Foundation.
Scientists Criticize Curbs on Travel
More than a hundred scientific societies signed a letter expressing concern about U.S. government restrictions on conference travel.
Maryland-NIST Joint Quantum Institute Reaches Critical Mass
The Joint Quantum Institute joins the top tier of quantum physics research.
Can the U.S. Work Well with International Partners?
Future “big science” will be international, but what is the best role for the U.S.?
2014 APS “District Advocate of the Year” Awards
APS recognizes members who made extra effort to reach out to lawmakers.
APS Editor in Chief Steps Down
Gene Sprouse, Editor in Chief of the APS journals since March 2007, resigned as of April 28, 2015.
Physicists Look at Chemicals in the Environment
Research raises concerns about commercial chemicals.
2015 APS Fellows Reception, Berkeley CA
APS President Sam Aronson hosted a reception in Berkeley, CA, for news and current Fellows.
To the South Pole and Beyond!
We say goodbye to staff writer Michael Lucibella.
Members in the Media
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This Month in Physics History
June 1849: James Prescott Joule and the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat
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A new section about what happens after you get your degree
Fostering U.S.-Korean Physics Collaboration
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Philanthropy Led by a Physicist
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